Fashion Designer Ventures Into Wellness With Color Therapy Classes
The designer is extending her brand's love of color to help people tap into their emotions and heal emotional wounds using Farrow & Ball's signature paints
Tanya Taylor is using her love of color to go from fashion designer to wellness guru with her color therapy workshops. The New York-based designer known for her love of bright and bold pieces partnered with paint brand Farrow & Ball to teach classes on the influence color has on general wellbeing.
The classes will be held at select Farrow & Ball showrooms and will feature paint palettes of the company’s 132 colors. Taylor’s intention for these classes is to give those in attendance a glimpse into their own lives by using color to release emotions from their pasts and create art out of the experience.
The inaugural class was held at a Farrow & Ball in New York City but will be expanding to more locations in the fall. The classes are run on a first-come. first-serve basis, and those interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org for dates and reservations.
Lead image: Tanya Taylor via Twitter
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